acclimatize

[ uh-klahy-muh-tahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF acclimatize

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From time to time we acclimatize and domesticate some foreign and wild species.

In England more than one attempt to acclimatize the doctrines of Marr and Treitschke has been made.

After many years, Madame de Rnal had still failed to acclimatize herself to those monied people in whose society she had to live.

One great object of their experiments was to introduce and acclimatize exotic cottons.

What is, in effect, the new intellectual atmosphere to which we must acclimatize our moral and religious sensibilities?

At present an attempt is being made to acclimatize several species of Eucalyptus in the low hills.

Some planting has taken place in Malaya, but little has so far been done to acclimatize the plant in other regions.

Another author found that, in Scandinavia, plants of the same species can acclimatize themselves if necessary.

The efforts to acclimatize food fishes in waters to which they are not indigenous have been continued.

Important, also, is its adaptability to varied conditions, as shown by former attempts to acclimatize it.

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